Ptolemaic Orbs in Twelfth-Century England: A Study and Edition of the Anonymous 'Liber de motibus planetarum'
Dr Philipp Nothaft: List of publications
John Holbroke, the Tables of Cambridge, and the "true length of the year": a forgotten episode in fifteenth-century astronomy
Zaccaria Lilio and the shape of the earth: A brief response to Allegro's "Flat earth science".
Criticism of trepidation models and advocacy of uniform precession in medieval Latin astronomy
A Reluctant Innovator: Graeco-Arabic Astronomy in the Computus of Magister Cunestabulus (1175)
Astronomy and calendar reform at the curia of Pope Clement VI: a new source.
Josephus and New Testament Chronology in the Work of Joseph Scaliger
Vanitas vanitatum et super omnia vanitas: The Astronomer Heinrich Selder and A Newly Discovered Fourteenth-Century Critique of Astrology
Controversial Rimes: Calender Reforms in the Old Empire 1582-1700
Duking it Out in the Arena of Time: Chronology and the Christian-Jewish Encounter (1100-1600)
Magister Rheticus and his School Mates: The Struggle for Knowledge and Implementation of the heliocentric World System of Copernicus around 1540/50
Walter Odington's De etate mundi and the Pursuit of a Scientific Chronology in Medieval England.
Bede's horologium: Observational Astronomy and the Problem of the Equinoxes in Early Medieval Europe (c. 700-1100)
Science at the papal palace: Clement vi and the calendar reform project of 1344/45
Alfred Lohr, Der Computus Gerlandi. Edition, Übersetzung und Erläuterungen. (Sudhoffs Archiv, Beihefte, H. 61.) Stuttgart, Steiner 2013
Critical Analysis of The Alfonsine Tables in the Fourteenth Century: The Parisian Expositio Tabularum Alfonsii of 1347
John of Murs and the Treatise Autores kalendarii (1317): A Problem of Authorship.
José Chabás & Bernard R. Goldstein, A survey of European astronomical tables in the late middle ages and José Chabás & Bernard R. Goldstein, Essays on medieval computational astronomy
Roman vs. Arabic Computistics in Twelfth-Century England: A Newly Discovered Source (Collatio Compoti Romani et Arabici).
The astronomical data in the très riches heures and their fourteenth-century source
Calendars beyond borders: Exchange of calendrical knowledge between Jews and Christians in Medieval Europe (12th-15th century)
A tool for many purposes:Hermann Zoest and the medieval Christian appropriation of the Jewish calendar
Climate, astrology and the age of the world in thirteenth-century thought: Giles of Lessines and roger bacon on the precession of the solar apogee
John of Pulchro Rivo and John of Saxony: A mise au point
Origen, Climate Change, and the Erosion of Mountains in Giles of Lessines’s Discussion of the Eternity of the World ( c . 1260)
The reception and application of Arabic science in twelfth-century computistics: New evidence from Bavaria
A sixteenth-century debate on the Jewish calendar: Jacob Christmann and Joseph Justus Scaliger
The meaning of judaeus and the myth of jewish male menses in a late medieval astronomical school text
An eleventh-century chronologer at work: Marianus scottus and the quest for the missing twenty-two years
Early Christian chronology and the origins of the Christmas date: In defense of the "calculation theory"
The origins of the Christmas date: Some recent trends in historical research
Nicholas Trevet and the Chronology of the Crucifixion
Augustine and the shape of the earth: A critique of Leo Ferrari
Noah's calendar: The chronology of the flood narrative and the history of astronomy in sixteenth and seventeenth-century scholarship
From sukkot to saturnalia: The attack on christmas in sixteenth-century chronological scholarship
Alden A. Mosshammer, The Easter Computus and the Origins of the Christian Era